Q: Q: Radio not working

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My radio is not working.

It is possible that a fuse may have blown. I have experienced this situation several times with Volkswagen cars over the years. I would ask for help from one of the mechanics at YourMechanic. They can come to you and find the problem and fix it to get your radio working again. Be sure to let them know whether your battery has been changed recently.

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